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Fa's Octal Crystalline Glaze

Code: FO
Modification Date: 2008-03-20 00:00:00
Member of Group: Crystal

Fast-Growing Crystal crystalline glaze

MaterialAmount
Ferro Frit 311051.051.0%
Zinc Oxide24.024.0%
Silica15.415.4%
Dolomite4.84.8%
Titanium Dioxide2.92.9%
Spodumene1.91.9%
 100.00  

Notes

A general-purpose crystalline glaze meant to grow crystals quickly and mature at a lower temperature than most. This glaze will mature as low as cone 6 and works well with all colorants.

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